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SAVE THE DATES: The 16th Normandy Park Arts Festival will be May 2-3

SAVE THE DATES: The 16th Normandy Park Arts Festival will be May 2-3

The City of Normandy Park, along with the Normandy Park Arts Commission announced the dates of their 16th annual Arts Festival as Saturday May 2 and Sunday May 3! In previous years, the festival has been... [Read more]

Rollover accident closes Shorebrook Drive SW near Marine View Drive Sat. night

Rollover accident closes Shorebrook Drive SW near Marine View Drive Sat. night

The Normandy Park Police Department is reporting that Shorebrook Drive SW – about a block east of The Cove Community Club – was closed around 7:20 p.m. Saturday night (March 21) between Marine View... [Read more]

Judge refuses to order recall of Normandy Park Councilmembers

Judge refuses to order recall of Normandy Park Councilmembers

by Jack Mayne King County Superior Court Judge Brian Gain on Friday denied a request by former Councilmember John Rankin to order a recall of two Normandy Park City Councilmembers. Rankin had filed petitions... [Read more]

‘The Trees’ – Growing up in Normandy Park in the 1950s and 1960s

‘The Trees’ – Growing up in Normandy Park in the 1950s and 1960s

Barb Sleeper, riding her horse, Dandy at the “farm”. It was taken by Gail Knapp’s dad, Russell Knapp The Knapps lived across the street from the pasture (“farm”) at 19251... [Read more]

Sgt. Larry Laswell retires after 35 years with Normandy Park Police Department

Sgt. Larry Laswell retires after 35 years with Normandy Park Police Department

by Jack Mayne Thirty-five years is not unusual for a police officer to serve until retirement, but that number of years on one city police force is a rarity these days, as Police Sgt. Larry Laswell retires... [Read more]

Normandy Park Police warns residents about locking mailbox thefts

Normandy Park Police warns residents about locking mailbox thefts

The Normandy Park Police Department issued the following warning to residents on Thursday, Feb. 26: “We received a report from the mail carrier in the south end of the City, that many of the locking... [Read more]

Normandy Park utility pole replacement begins next week

Normandy Park utility pole replacement begins next week

by Jack Mayne Potelco, a contracting firm working with Puget Sound Energy, the power utility for Normandy Park, says it has identified several areas in the city where utility poles need to be replaced... [Read more]

SoKing Internet Radio receives prestigious grant to create Newscasts

SoKing Internet Radio receives prestigious grant to create Newscasts

Four startups – including our very own SoKing Internet Radio – have been awarded $12,000 each in national Encore Media Entrepreneurs funding, J-Lab announced on Thursday (Feb. 5). SoKing Internet Radio... [Read more]

Judge Veronica Alicea-Galván is now a King County Superior Court judge

Judge Veronica Alicea-Galván is now a King County Superior Court judge

by Jack Mayne Judge Veronica Alicea-Galván (pictured above, left) believes her most important job as a municipal court judge in Des Moines for the past eight years has been to explain to people the often-mystical... [Read more]

Construction ‘Summer Storm’ coming to Normandy Park in 2015

Construction ‘Summer Storm’ coming to Normandy Park in 2015

by Jack Mayne It will be a summer construction season “like nothing you have ever seen before,” said Normandy Park city engineer Maryanne Zukowski at a special meeting of the City Council Tuesday (Jan... [Read more]